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Cannes 2013

‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ Director to Auction Off Palme d’Or to Pay for New Film (Exclusive)

Abdellatif Kechiche also will sell several oil paintings featured in the 2013 Cannes winner to finish postproduction on his upcoming 'Mektoub, My Love.'

Cannes: Dangerous Price for Realism in South Korean Cinema

The pulsating realism of Directors' Fortnight feature "A Hard Day" came at the price of actors enduring real pain -- but the Seoul production of "Avengers 2" has inspired the local industry to enforce safety on the set.

France 2013 in Review: Gerard Depardieu’s Russian Passport, Actors’ Pay Make Headlines

Crimes on the Croisette and a public battle between the director and lead actress of Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color" also attracted much media attention.

Opium: Film Review

Arielle Dombasle's Jean Cocteau tribute played in this year's Cannes Classics selection.

‘Like Father, Like Son’ Opens at No. 1 in Japan

DreamWorks just picked up remake rights to Hirokazu Kore-eda's Cannes jury prize winner.

Toronto: Film Movement Acquires U.S. Rights to Canadian Indie ‘Le Demantelement’

The deal with sales agent Entertainment One includes the global airline rights.

‘Blue Is the Warmest Color,’ Palme d’Or-Winning Lesbian Love Story, Gets NC-17 Rating

Sundance Selects says it will release the film with the adults-only rating beginning in October.

After Carlton Heist, Cannes Crime Spree Continues

Two thieves, armed with a grenade and a gun, raided a luxury watch store across from the Palais on Wednesday morning, making off with 40 pricey pieces.

Cannes Jewel Heist: Event Planners Discuss Possible Fallout

"We will be going back to the city of Cannes and making clear the level of crime needs to be capped,” says Cannes Lions CEO Philip Thomas.

Strand Picks Up Rithy Panh’s ‘The Missing Picture’

The film, about atrocities in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, where it received the Un Certain Regard jury prize.

Mexican Dramas ‘Heli,’ ‘Halley’ Win Awards at Munich Film Festival

Romantic comedy “Love Steaks” from director Jakob Lass sweeps the German newcomer honors.

European Filmmakers Declare Victory in Culture Trade War

European Union takes audiovisual industries off the table, for now, in upcoming free-trade talks with the U.S..